Athletics at the 1995 All-Africa Games

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Athletics at the VI All-Africa Games
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Host city Harare, ZimbabweZimbabwe


The sixth All-Africa Games were held in September 1995 in Harare, Zimbabwe. As the track is at an altitude of 1473 metres all performances are considered to be set at altitude, this is believed to assist events up to 400 metres and in the long jump and triple jump. However for events beyond 800 metres the thinner air is believed to have a detrimental effect on performances.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Davidson Ezinwa
 Nigeria
10.24 Emmanuel Tuffour
 Ghana
10.28 Osmond Ezinwa
 Nigeria
10.31
200 metres Sunday Bada
 Nigeria
20.28 Emmanuel Tuffour
 Ghana
20.29 Joseph Gikonyo
 Kenya
20.80
400 metres Samson Kitur
 Kenya
44.36 Sunday Bada
 Nigeria
45.03 Jude Monye
 Nigeria
45.17
800 metres Arthémon Hatungimana
 Burundi
1:47.42 Vincent Malakwen
 Kenya
1:47.43 Savieri Ngidhi
 Zimbabwe
1:47.61
1500 metres Vincent Malakwen
 Kenya
3:40.11 Reuben Chesang
 Kenya
3:40.66 Julius Achon
 Uganda
3:40.83
5000 metres Josphat Machuka
 Kenya
13:31.11 Habte Jifar
 Ethiopia
13:45.11 Ayele Mezgebu
 Ethiopia
13:46.02
10000 metres Josphat Machuka
 Kenya
28:03.6 Habte Jifar
 Ethiopia
28:26.3 Paul Koech
 Kenya
28:28.8
Marathon Nicolas Nyengerai
 Zimbabwe
2:20:08 Honest Mutsairo
 Zimbabwe
2:20:15 Simon Mrashani
 Tanzania
2:20:21
3000 metre steeplechase Bernard Barmasai
 Kenya
8:27.15 Gideon Chirchir
 Kenya
8:29.17 Eliud Barngetuny
 Kenya
8:34.57
110 metres hurdles William Erese
 Nigeria
13.73 Kehinde Aladefa
 Nigeria
13.79 Moses Oyiki
 Nigeria
13.84
400 metres hurdles Ibou Faye
 Senegal
49.12 Gideon Biwott
 Kenya
49.19 Julius Masvanhise
 Zimbabwe
49.86
High jump Pierre Vorster
 South Africa
2.22 Anthony Idiata
 Nigeria
Khemraj Naiko
 Mauritius
2.19
Pole vault Okkert Brits
 South Africa
5.50 Kersley Gardenne
 Mauritius
5.20 Sameh Hassan Farid
 Egypt
Rafik Mefti
 Algeria
4.80
Long jump Cheikh Touré
 Senegal
8.10 Andrew Owusu
 Ghana
8.01 Jacob Katonon
 Kenya
7.80
Triple jump Jacob Katonon
 Kenya
16.93 Mohamed Karim Sassi
 Tunisia
16.75 Ndabazinhle Mdhlongwa
 Zimbabwe
16.60
Shot put Henk Booysen
 South Africa
18.80 Chima Ugwu
 Nigeria
18.55 Jaco Snyman
 South Africa
18.44
Discus throw Adewale Olukoju
 Nigeria
61.68 Mickael Conjungo
 Central African Republic
58.94 Frits Potgieter
 South Africa
58.54
Hammer throw Hakim Toumi
 Algeria
67.12 Sherif Farouk El Hennawi
 Egypt
66.68 Mohamed Karim Horchani
 Tunisia
65.78
Javelin throw Pius Bazighe
 Nigeria
77.56 Phillip Spies
 South Africa
76.24 Louis Fouché
 South Africa
75.04
Decathlon Danie van Wyk
 South Africa
7339 Anis Riahi
 Tunisia
7165 Sid Ali Sabour
 Algeria
6986
20 kilometre road walk Chris Britz
 South Africa
1:28:06 David Kimutai
 Kenya
1:31:02 Shemsu Hassan
 Ethiopia
1:32:03
4 x 100 metres relay  Ghana 39.12  Sierra Leone 39.51  Ivory Coast 39.61
4 x 400 metres relay  Nigeria 3:01.63  Kenya 3:03.11  South Africa 3:03.65

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Mary Onyali
 Nigeria
11.18 Christy Opara-Thompson
 Nigeria
11.35 Mary Tombiri
 Nigeria
11.40
200 metres Mary Onyali
 Nigeria
22.75 Calister Uba
 Nigeria
23.42 Kate Iheagwam
 Nigeria
23.77
400 metres Fatima Yusuf
 Nigeria
49.43 Falilat Ogunkoya
 Nigeria
50.31 Olabisi Afolabi
 Nigeria
51.53
800 metres Maria de Lurdes Mutola
 Mozambique
1:56.99 Tina Paulino
 Mozambique
2:01.07 Kutre Dulecha
 Ethiopia
2:02.26
1500 metres Kutre Dulecha
 Ethiopia
4:18.32 Julia Sakara
 Zimbabwe
4:21.10 Genet Gebregiorgis
 Ethiopia
4:21.94
5000 metres Rose Cheruiyot
 Kenya
15:37.9 Ayelech Worku
 Ethiopia
15:48.3 Lydia Cheromei
 Kenya
15:52.6
10000 metres Sally Barsosio
 Kenya
32:22.26 Delillah Asiago
 Kenya
32:56.12 Gete Wami
 Ethiopia
33:17.96
Marathon Jowaine Parrott
 South Africa
2:55:09 Emebet Abosa
 Ethiopia
3:01:53 Elfenesh Alemu
 Ethiopia
3:08:43
100 metres hurdles Taiwo Aladefa
 Nigeria
12.98 Angela Atede
 Nigeria
13.01 Ime Akpan
 Nigeria
13.09
400 metres hurdles Omolade Akinremi
 Nigeria
56.1 Karen van der Veen
 South Africa
57.0 Lana Uys
 South Africa
57.6
High jump Hestrie Storbeck
 South Africa
1.85 Irène Tiendrébéogo
 Burkina Faso
1.75 Madeleine Joubert
 Namibia
1.70
Long jump Eunice Barber
 Sierra Leone
6.70w Sanet Fouché
 South Africa
6.45 Patience Itanyi
 Nigeria
6.39
Triple jump Rosa Collins-Okah
 Nigeria
13.80 Abiola Williams
 Nigeria
13.12 Eunice Basweti
 Kenya
12.86
Shot put Hanan Ahmed Khaled
 Egypt
15.29 Wafa Ismail El Baghdadi
 Egypt
14.76 Beatrix Steenberg
 South Africa
14.71
Discus throw Monia Kari
 Tunisia
54.26 Rhona Dwinger
 South Africa
49.84 Caroline Fournier
 Mauritius
45.12
Javelin throw Rhona Dwinger
 South Africa
55.98 Fatma Zouhour Toumi
 Tunisia
50.04 Bernadette Perrine
 Mauritius
48.98
Heptathlon Oluchi Elechi
 Nigeria
5609 Maralize Visser
 South Africa
5436 Caroline Kola
 Kenya
5248
5000 metre track walk Dounia Kara
 Algeria
23:59.4 Nagwa Ibrahim Ali
 Egypt
24:25.3 Gete Komar
 Ethiopia
24:25.7
4 x 100 metres relay  Nigeria 43.43  Ghana 44.44  Zimbabwe 45.74
4 x 400 metres relay  Nigeria 3:27.51  South Africa 3:33.68  Ghana 3:35.67

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Nigeria 15 9 8 32
2  Kenya 8 7 7 22
3  South Africa 8 6 6 20
4  Algeria 2 0 1 3
5  Senegal 2 0 0 2
6  Ethiopia 1 4 7 12
7  Ghana 1 4 1 6
8  Tunisia 1 3 1 5
 Egypt 1 3 1 5
10  Zimbabwe 1 2 4 7
11  Mozambique 1 1 0 2
 Sierra Leone 1 1 0 2
13  Burundi 1 0 0 1
14  Mauritius 0 1 2 3
15  Burkina Faso 0 1 0 1
15  Ivory Coast 0 0 1 1
 Namibia 0 0 1 1
 Uganda 0 0 1 1
 Tanzania 0 0 1 1

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